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  • 1/OFF Paris(re)made


    1/OFF Paris is a fashion label rooted in the upcycle movement. Celebrating the legacy of grand designers design, they transform high-end vintage into contemporary manifestations. Each creation is a one of a kind, sourced and curated from around the world and (re)imagined by a team of highly skilled couture makers.

    With a deeply felt respect for the quality and craftsmanship of the original pieces, they create unique and unexpected designs that connect the past with the future, the fun with the formal, the gutter with the catwalk. We welcome you to open your mind and explore 1/OFF's creations in our Utrecht Store.

    “Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything transforms”.





    A new future demands a new perspective. 1/OFF is Founded in 2019 by Renée van Wijngaarden, with the vision based on the ideology that fashion items are no longer disposable, but part of an eternal cycle of inspiration.

    (Re)thinking garments of YSL, Chanel, Burberry, Ralph Lauren and many others, they see themselves as an integral part of the fashion ecosystem, helping brands to extend the lifespan of their products by adding individuality and keeping them relevant for new generations. It’s a way of looking both to the past and forward to the future, combining historical consciousness with open innovation. At 1/OFF they believe creativity is at the heart of the movement. Although challenging, it presents an opportunity to create a new perspective and inspire change across the fashion community. “ Our collections are made up of one-of-a-kind designs, extending the lifespan of high-end fashion by reinterpreting them into something new.”






    1/OFF Paris (remade)




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